12:05 Garage- ’70 Duster build

Something to keep in mind is that the BBD article doesn't talk about what ride height they measured the roll center at. Or at least as far as I can tell they didn't, maybe I missed it.

The article is pretty old, so I wouldn't be surprised if it was at a stock ride height. So, while they list a roll center, I would bet it isn't much use comparing them.

Not that you said you were, just an observation.

Also, I wonder how camber gain is affected by initial camber. They started with zero camber and it seems like the norm now is a half to one degree negative chamber for street cars.
This is very true.

I don't think static camber changes camber gain by any measurable amount. Obviously, more static negative camber shortens the UCA, but it is such a small amount, I doubt it is even measurable. My static is currently 1.7-1.8. I just started from zero to make it easier to understand.